"A TASTE OF JAMAICAN TOAST" (WEBMASTER'S COLUMN)
WWW, October 8 2009 - Today's edition of Dubroom Online features two original Reggae DJ's better known as Toasters.
Ranking Dread and Jah Woosh are both, in their own style, top artists in this specific genre of Reggae which in it's turn gave birth to styles like Rap and Hip-Hop.
Chanting words over heavy drum and bass driven music complete with effects and all the rest to please the ear of the Dub Lover: it is really one of the strongest genres of Reggae.
Download the free MP3 by Ranking Dread, then check out Jah Woosh and what the Dubroom has on him. Take a look at some similar artists and discover some heavyweight music that you just can't afford to miss out!
One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)
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ITEMS FOR THIS EDITION:
WWW, October 8 2009 - Who could deny this upfull DJ track with lots of dubbing in and out going on? Exactly, those that don't know what they hear when they hear a crucial Reggae track with some words and teachings from Jah!
WWW, October 2009 - Another crucial tune by Taj Weekes and his Adowa band, straight from his debute album to your hard drive. The influence of Bob Marley's style of Reggae is more than obvious and it's a more than good influence as well!
WWW, October 2009 - He's quite an extraordinary man. During the 1970's, he was one of the first Toasters ("Reggae Rappers") to gain popularity in the UK. Over there, his music was released on albums rather than singles which was kind of special, too.